DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 227 Hamilton, t. 1857, Charles Richard, /'. 1862, Thomas Gethin, b. 1863, Arthur Frederick (of 53, Erpingham Road, Putney, S.W.), b. 1867 : Mi. 1892, Ethel Mary, da. of David Young, Esq., John William, b. 1872, Maria Jane, Elizabeth Mary Augusta, Emily Frances, Ada Maud, Kathleen Alice, Lucy Henrietta, Edith Constance. Residence, Harlesdon, N.W. Mother living Frances, da. of George Weller-Poley, Esq., of Boxted Hall, Suffolk: m. 1846, Sir Richard Gethin, 7th baronet, whom she divorced 1862. Residence, Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late John Gethin, Esq., grandson of the late John Gethin, Esq. (infra) : Issue of the late Capt. John Gethin, b., 1831, d. 1860 : m. 1858, Emmeline (who tn. 2ndly, 1867, the Rev. John Henry Hudleston), da. of Thomas Horsfall, Esq., of Burley, Yorkshire : John Percy, b. 1859 ; is Capt. ist Batn. Manchester Regt. Residence, Ballindoon, Sligo Emmeline. Grandchildren of the late Richard Gethin, Esq., son of the late John Gethirt, Esq., 2nd son of 4th Baronet : Issue of the late Richard Gethin, Esq., b. 1804, d. 1889 : /. 1836, Mary, who d. 1882, da. of Sir Alexander Crichton : "George, b. 1836 ; formerly Capt. 2oth Regt. ; served during Indian Mutiny 1857-8 (medal with clasp) ; is a J.P. for co. Sligo: m. 1870, Mabel Isabella, da. of Peter Connellan, Esq., D.L., of Coolmore, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny [see Langrishe, Bart.l, and has issue living, Randolph George, b. 1871 ; is Lieut. 4th Batn. Roy. Inniskilling Fusiliers, Percy Francis, b. 1874, Reginald Owen, b. 1877. Residence, Holywell, co. Sligo. Alexander John Cameron, b. 1840. Edward, b. 1843. Francis Reid, b. 1848 ; ;//. 1882, Harriet Georgina, da. of the late Very Rev. Arthur Moore, Dean of Achonry, and has issue living, Richard, b. 1886, Harriet Gwendoline, Mary Elizabeth Hilda. Residence, Earlsfield, Ballymote, co. Sligo. Frances Catherine: HI. 1860, Frederick John Henry Fownes Hamilton, Esq. Residence, Coolayna, co. Kildare. This family is of Cambrian descent. Richard Gethin, Esq., settled in Ireland during the Common- wealth, and after the Restoration sat as M.P. for Limavady in the Irish Parliament ; he received large grants of land from Charles II. upon the understanding that he should establish an English colony and rect manufactories. After being created a baronet he received letters patent by which the lands of Cariglemleary were erected into a manor by the name of Gethinsgrott, with power to hold court leet, court baron, court of record, &c. The wife of the and baronet was remarkable for her talent and piety, and a monument to her memory is erected in Westminster Abbey. OSBORNE-GIBBES, Creation 1774, of Springhead, Barbados. Sir EDWARD OSBORNE-GIBBES, 3rd Baronet ; b. Nov. 1850 ; s. his father, Sir SAMUEL OSBORNE, 1874 ; is Ch. Clerk in Education Depart., New Zealand : m. 1879, Sara, da. of John Mitchell, Esq., Capt. New Zealand Militia, and has issue. ^rms Quarterly: ist and 3rd, argent, three battleaxes sable, Gibbes; 2nd and 4th, quarterly, azure and erminois, a cross argent, Osborne Crtst An arm embowed in armour, garnished or, and in the hand proper a battleaxe as in the arms. Residences Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand. Tenax propositi. Firm of purpose. Half-Sister living - Persia, who d. 1874. Son living PHILIP ARTHUR, b. 1884. Daughters living Alice Anne. Hinemarama. Brothers living John Alfred, 6. 1855. Arthur, b. 1858. Philip Ernest, b. 1862. Sisters living Elizabeth. Alice. Edith. Maude. Agnes Anne : in. 18 , Keith Edward Abbott, Esq., Consul at Resht, in Residence, Widow living Of 2nd Baronet ANNE (Lady Osborne-Gibbes), da. of R. Penney, Esq., of Dorsetshire: tn. 1848, as his 2nd wife, Sir Samuel Osborne-Gibbes, 2nd baronet, who d. 1874. ^Residence, Auckland, New Zealand. GIBBONS, Creation 1752, of Stanwell Place, Middlesex. ,SJoHN GIBBONS, sth Baronet ; b. Aug.3oth, 1825; s. his grandfather, Sir JOHN, 1844; ed. at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1846, M.A. 1849); is a D.L., a J.P., and a County Councillor (Stanwell Div.) for Middlesex (High Sheriff 1891) ; formerly Major W. Middlesex Militia. ^rms Gules, a lion rampant or debruised by a bend argent, charged with a torteau between two cross-crosslets patee-fitchee sable. Cst A lion's jamb erased and erect gules, charged with a bezant and holding a cross-crosslet as in the arms. Seat Stanwell Place, Staines, Middlesex. Clubs University, Con- servative, Constitutional. Brothers living CHARLES, b. Jan. I3th, 1828 ; is a retired Capt. R.N. ; served in Black Sea during Russian war (Crimean medal with clasp, and Turkish medal); was in Govt. Emigration offices 1868-79: MI. 1864, Lydia Martha, da. of the late Major John Doran, of Ely House, Wexford, and has issue living, Alexander Doran, b. 1873, Francis Robert, b. 1875, Georgina Charlotte, Adelaide Jeanette : m. 1889, Frank Terry, Esq., Bar.-at-Law, of 23, Evelyn Gardens, S.W. Residence, Collina House, Bathwick Hill, Bath. Frederick, b. 1832; formerly Capt. E. Middlesex Uratior est a rege pio. It is more agreeable coming from a pious
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